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Godlike Asus GTX 750 TI

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270/280 best mid range cards.


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I´ve got an EVGA GTX750Ti in my HTPC (just a small Haswell i5 built)... that card will be replaced real soon.

I tested the GTX750Ti and OCed it and still... it won´t change the fact that it´s just a low end card. And if it´s not for a super silent built I´d rather go with a R9 270X same price and a lot more performance in 1080p.


 

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This is like selling your donkey and getting a brand new Prius, and then thinking that it's a Ferrari. Pretty similar story imo.


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This is like selling your donkey and getting a brand new Prius, and then thinking that it's a Ferrari. Pretty similar story imo.

Which one of the two is better on gas lol ;) ?


 

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My HD7770 can completely max GTA IV and EFLC... It isn't a demanding game anymore, just really demanding from those computers built in that time.


 

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I just cannot believe that the CPU is not bottlenecking the GPU big time, especially in something like GTA IV. I have a Phenom X3 8750B and a GTX 650 and GTA IV is a mess, CPU is maxed out around 90-100% on all cores with GPU sitting at 40-60% the whole time. I can sure max out the game but I have to turn down the view distances and detail distances due to the huge CPU bottleneck. I have no idea how are you running it maxed on a Core 2 duo which is worse than my CPU.

Hint, its not the graphics card getting bottlenecked, its because that CPU is so slow.


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meh, my hd7850 is same price, but better


n0ah1897, on 05 Mar 2014 - 2:08 PM, said:  "Computers are like girls. It's whats in the inside that matters.  I don't know about you, but I like my girls like I like my cases. Just as beautiful on the inside as the outside."

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This is like selling your donkey and getting a brand new Prius, and then thinking that it's a Ferrari. Pretty similar story imo.

 

Yeah whatever, bag. This card is godlike to me. Can you imagine how awesome it is to play games with more than 10 av fps?

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Yeah whatever, bag. This card is godlike to me. Can you imagine how awesome it is to play games with more than 10 av fps?

Yep, the 9000igp couldn't even play halo PC at more than minimum settings (safemode), and it always locked up 5-15 minutes later, and a NVS 110M sucks for games period.


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Yeah, I never owned one but I think it's a great card. I pretty much recommend that 750ti to anyone wanting to get into PC gaming that is on a budget, it's not too expensive and kicks ass. I pretty much tell all my friends who want to upgrade off of integrated graphics to pick one up. 


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I went from an 8800Gtx to a Gtx560 (this was years ago), and for months I thought the card was a beast because I could game at 1080p and keep framerates in games like skyrim above 30 fps... ignorance is bliss. Still though, the 750 Ti is a great card to throw in a junker and have a decent console-like gaming experience. I find it overpriced here in Canada though.


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